STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Continuing his endeavour to provide better development and civic amenities to people of Jammu, the Mayor Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) Chander Mohan Gupta on Friday inaugurated development work of green spaces, on both sides of different Nallahas/ irrigation canal, in Gangyal area of ward No 56. Deputy Mayor Advocate Purnima Sharma, Chairman Health & Sanitation Standing Committee JMC Baldev Singh Billowaria, Arun Khanna Councilor Ward No 25, Harbans Singh Choudhary Ex-Mandal President Gangyal, Ranjeet Singh, Surjeet Kumar, Rakesh Sangral, Jyoti Parkash Sharma, Bhanu Partap Singh, Pritam Sharma, Balwan Singh, Arun Gupta Executive Engineer, Anil Gupta, Assistant Executive Engineer, concerned Junior Engineer besides eminent residents of the area were also present during the inauguration function. Speaking on the occasion, Mayor said that it was a long pending demand of the inhabitants as there was no other park in nearby area where locals especially children and old-aged persons can visit and now their demand has been fulfilled at an estimate cost of Rs 3.97 crore. He further stated that cities have become concrete jungles nowadays and same facility was required to provide a respite to inhabitants from scorching heat and vehicular pollution. He further added that senior citizens of the surrounding localities can utilise the green spaces for regular interaction with their counterparts besides having daily walks for remaining fit. Jammu Municipal Corporation in collaboration with other departments is committed to develop more and more green spaces in different wards of Jammu City for providing eco-friendly atmosphere in localities, he said, urging people to come forward and co-operate with Jammu Municipal Corporation in various development activities.
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